Monday, February 8, 2010

The Tree in Florida


Steffe, the famous Swedish blogger and photographer of Swedish women, has posted a Tree on his blog a number of times. It's a fantastic tree, really old.

I found this tree in Central Florida. Now, it ain't Steffe's tree, but it's close and has a certain Florida charm. I mean, really, Steffe's tree has no Spanish moss! And our tree, of course, has no snow!

By the way, you can access Steffe's blog, Photos from Haninge, here. And you can get a look at Steffe's tree here. I think you'll agree there are some similarities.

12 comments:

bfarr said...

Yes, very much like Steffe's tree, but not. Great shot.

brattcat said...

Yes, there are some similarities! What a good eye you've got.

Small City Scenes said...

I certaintly see the similarities---yours has leaves--his doesn't. His has snow---yours doesn't. His is standing straight--yours isn't. Boy, they are exactly like. NOT!! But a little.

MB

joo said...

There is something similar in your and Steffe's tree - yours is pretty and you know what, this photo could be taken here:)

Steffe said...

Wow. Sure is similar. And with a winding path and all. All you have to do now is go back every week for five years and take a photo.

Cezar and Léia said...

Thanks for introduce Steffe's pictures!
Hmm this tree is beautiful, you did a great work with this composition, I can feel the wind in all, the colours also great, everything perfect!
*** Léia here ( moi ) is not so good, :( I have a bored "cold", but I think today I'm better and tomorrow it will be past.
Please forgive my later visits and be sure I will enjoy your posts soon!
Hugs
Léia

Rose said...

I like it and I would love to see more of the area it is in.

JM said...

The tree looks amazing and I like the contrat to the dry bush.

cieldequimper said...

I love Steffe's tree seen through the seasons. You're right, this here could be its cousin!

amatamari© said...

Is true, is quite similar!
Congratulations, and thanks for sharing!
:-)

tapirgal said...

I expect Steffe's tree wanted to warm its feet.

Lisa Wilson said...

It does look similar to Steffe's tree!